Apple’s New iPhones Reportedly Include Multiple Upgraded Camera Features

Apple’s New iPhones Reportedly Include Multiple Upgraded Camera Features

Apple A13 chips are expected to appear on the successors of iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max. TSMC's N7+ process will be the first to leverage EUV, and TSMC is reserving a further enhanced N7 Pro process for Apple's A13 chips.

Those sources told the site A13 went into test production in April and could be ready for mass production by the end of May.

The new A13 chip could incorporate new components such as a cellular modem for calls and internet connection, as well as new power components courtesy of Apple's acquisition of Dialog Semiconductor Plc.

The new high-end models are code-named D43 and D44, while the update to the iPhone XR is internally dubbed N104, they said. The A12 Bionic chip, which powers the iPhone XR, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, has been the fastest processor inside a phone based on our benchmarks. As always we can expect cutting edge performance and improved battery life from the upcoming A13.

By now, it's clear that Apple will keep the 2019 iPhone crop's design similar to last year's edition, yet boost the camera prowess of the handsets significantly to ward off the onslaught of super zooms and wide angles, yellow pixel revolutions, and the like, that Huawei, Samsung and others are constantly coming up with.

The report adds that the third camera on the XS and XS Max sequels will have an ultra wide-angle lens for "larger and more detailed photos". Apple will also include an auto-correction feature that will allow you to bring people back into a photo who may have been accidentally cut out.

Keeping up with the trend of 5x and 10x optical zoom, Apple will also offer a broader range of zoom on its 2019 iPhone 11 models.

The iPhone XR replacement, meanwhile, will again attempt to straddle features and affordability.

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